You may already be aware of Samsung’s alleged plans to introduce the Galaxy S23 series during a San Francisco Unpacked event in February. If this is the case, Samsung still has a few months to prepare for the official launch before we can really see the Galaxy S23 range in person. The corporation recently visited the FCC, demonstrating that it is now making preparations.
The Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus have obtained FCC approval. Some information regarding the batteries that power these phones has been corroborated by documents that were discovered online. A battery with the model number EB-BS912ABY powers the basic Galaxy S23 model. with a capacity of 3,785, which would correspond to a normal value of 3,900mAh. (Source: MySmartPrice)
FCC Certification for the Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus
The Samsung Galaxy S23 will be the least expensive model in the forthcoming series of flagship smartphones. On the FCC website, it was discovered. The Galaxy S23 has the model number SM-S911B, according to the listing, while the S23 Plus has the model number SM-S916B. Both phones will enable 25W fast charging, according to the ads. A battery with the product number EB-BS912ABY and a rated capacity of 3785mAh is included in the Galaxy S23. It will have the usual 3900mAh rating.
On the other hand, the Galaxy S23 Plus’s EB-BS916A BY battery has a rated capacity of 4565mAh and is most likely to have a usual capacity of 4700mAh. Both phones include a Qualcomm SoC, according to the FCC filing, which will be Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
Both models’ additional specifications and design renderings have already surfaced. The phones will have three circular camera cutout rings on the rear, along with an LED flash module, according to the leaked drawings. The back panel’s small curvature into the generally flat frame may provide a better grip and in-hand feel.
The top of the flat, slender screen with a bezel is carved out using a hole punch. The S23 Plus will have a 6.6-inch screen, while the base model will have a 6.1-inch Full HD+ display with support for a 120Hz refresh rate. The phones from Samsung are anticipated to come with a 50MP primary camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and a 10MP telephoto camera. Up to 3x optical zoom is probably supported by the telephoto camera.
A 32MP front camera will be available for taking selfies. The computers might have up to 256GB of internal storage and 8GB or 12GB of RAM. One UI 5.0, which is based on Android 13, will launch right now.